Obscene Ad, Lifeline Heart Attack, Red Light Runners, and More

Here's a closer look at the Medfield safety log.

Medfield Police Department. Credit: Theresa Knapp
Medfield Police Department. Credit: Theresa Knapp
The following information was provided by the Medfield Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned in the Medfield police log, it does not indicate a conviction.

Tuesday, Jan. 7

8:55 a.m., North Meadows and Dale Street. Resident reported that, almost every morning, between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m., cars on Route 27 southbound are going through the red light. 

1:53 p.m., Pine Street. Police noticed a large patch of ice on Pine Street. DPW notified. 

4:58 p.m., Fire Department. Walk-in medical emergency. Patient was taken to Norwood Hospital. 

8:04 p.m., South Street. Three calls reported a deer hit on South Street. The deer was put down. 

10:25 p.m., Wilkens Glen. Well-being check. No problem. 

Wednesday, Jan. 8

6:33 a.m., Main Street. E911 caller reported a smell of gas in the building. Fire Department responded. 

12:11 p.m., Park Street. Business said they received one of their ads in the mail "that had been altered to look obscene." They wanted it noted. 

3:49 p.m., Pound Street. Lifeline Systems called to say a man at Tilden Village might be having a heart attack. Westwood Ambulance responded and took him to Norwood Hospital. 

7:49 p.m., South Street. Caller asked to see an officer about her car being vandalized. Police said it looked like the very cold temperatures caused her rear window to break. 


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